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Pip Millett – Ava

Manchester born, London based, this rising R&B musician stepped into the spotlight last year after her vibes shining through producer Joe Hertz’s catchy ‘Goodbye Kisses’. Since, she’s dropped two major singles, and just treated us to a brand new one. Pip Millett’s new track is as soulful as ever, with softly intimate lyrics to boot.

Bringing together guitar instrumentals and sharply relevant lyrics, Pip Millett is proving herself to be a voice for the new generation, opening herself up to the music world and beyond. Without a doubt one to keep your eye on, we caught up with Pip to find out how she finds musical inspiration and what’s coming up next…

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Ayelle – Mind and Body

Ayelle is a Swedish-Iranian singer-songwriter who has been penning music since she learned how to write. Years later, she is still writing songs but now draws her inspiration from her personal life and experiences. Her songs explore the power dynamics in relationships, challenge the status quo, and spark discussion and self-reflection.

Growing up in Sweden and Spain, Ayelle decided to move to London to pursue her music career. Since her move, she has mastered her sultry vocals and silky sound. Ayelle recently released a project titled Small, which is a collection of three singles featuring producer and friend Sonn. The three tracks showcase Ayelle’s angelic yet moody vocals. Her soulful melodies are driven by tasteful electronic undertones.

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Ahu – Platonic

Part of the Red Bull Music Academy alumni, Ahu has worked with the likes of Flying Lotus, Mr. Beatnick, Emanative, Grooveman Spot, Simbad, Lefto, Miles Bonny and many more. Her self released single ‘To:Love’ produced by Paul White and Dimlite received world wide support by heavyweights such as Radiohead’s Thom Yorke. A woman of many talents, Ahu also doubles as a DJ playing festivals such as Barcelona Sonar Festival, Southern Soul Festival, Jazzystan, Brainfeeder as well as some of the scenes most iconic clubs including Plastic People, Boiler Room London, Baltic Room, East Village, Trinity, Nectar, Suma, and Gilles Peterson’s World Wide Awards.

This is a woman with raw talent and a unique voice that you wont forget.

Her songs have an original other worldly sound which has been picked up by high end fashion label Miu Miu (owned by Prada) used in a film clip by renowned film maker Ava Du Vernay (Winner of Best Director in Sundance Film Festival) . From writing songs for movie scores, some in languages other than her own, and with her latest single ‘Go’ released by none other than Sony Music in 2019, on top of all this she also has earned herself a monthly radio slot on Worldwide FM called “Hour of Light”.

Ahu is also a certified Astrologer, giving a deeper understanding and meaning to this extremely innovative album. Astrology is a symbolic language and the album title ‘Platonic’ is related to Neptune. In “I & I “( Venus Square Neptune ) in astrology it describes disappointment in situations of Love, “Bom Dia” ( Mercury Conjunct Pluto) refers to a song stuck in the listeners head, and “Jeito Bom De Sofrer” is a cover related to love & suffering, also in astrology it is Venus Conjunct Pluto. This is rounded of with the last song ‘New Day’ which is Sun Conjunct Moon signifying a new beginning or a new day in the form of an eclipse. 

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At the beginning of the year, psycho’n’odds released their first album “Radiation World” which was a real success.

Now the next release is already in the pipeline. But in contrast to the album’s trap sound, the EP “Radiated Universe” is produced by Swiss boombap experts Tru Comers this time. The modern Golden Era sound also fits perfectly to the bilingual rap of the Swiss duo, who can flow excellently in Swiss German and French.

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Chaka Khan unveiled her new song “Like Sugar,” the Queen of Funk’s first track in over a decade and the first single off her upcoming new album.

Khan teams with Major Lazer producer Switch on the track, which rides a funky bassline, a classic dance beat and an infectious chorus where Khan declares, “It’s like sugar/ So sweet/ Good enough to eat.”

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With a touch of magic we’re being taken away in a mysterious land where everything is peaceful. Simply let the harmony take your mind away and travel to a imaginary place where time has stopped, a place where you’re relieved of your stress. Just close your eyes, listen to the music and relax.

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With a very urban atmosphere “Play” takes us for a walk on the streets and introduce us to this future classic style that came out of the joint minds of the two producers from Vienna.
The project has a very nice old school boombap feeling to it and comes on vinyl as a very unique and desirable piece for your collection thanks to the awesome art by Jim Spendlove and the mastering beautifully done by DJ Buzz.

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